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Martha Almy is a creative producer who specializes in high-visibility multimedia projects intended to connect people to culture in ways that engage and inspire.

A creative leader with more than twenty years of experience, Martha's career is rooted in documentary filmmaking with cross-platform expertise extending across linear, interactive and place based interpretation. She has worked with diverse media professionals, from Spike Lee to Walt Disney Imagineering, SFMOMA to the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City, Beijing.

Martha believes that how projects are achieved is as important as the final outcome. She relishes collaboration and creates productive team environments. While she is organized, meticulous and solution - forward, her approach is also creative, inclusive and often hilarious. Production is intense. Sometimes you need to laugh. This approach has unified teams effectively across time zones and landed complex, award - winning and globally attended projects on time and on budget.


Account Management | Asset Acquisition + Licensing | Budget Development & Management | Client Communications | Collaboration | Contract Development | Creative Ideation | Cross - Geo Production | International Production| Negotiation | New Business Development | Proposal + Grant Writing | Public Speaking | Strategy | Teaching & Mentorship | Team Building | Thought Leadership | Vendor Management

AR/VR Production | Cross Platform Branding | Creative Services | Event, All Scales | Exhibition Design & Exhibition Media | Film & Video |Responsive Environment | Single & Multi User Interactive | Web & Mobile | Social Media Strategy

Thought Leadership
NEH, 2017 Panelist for funding selection in Digital/Immersive category
SEGD, 2016 Keynote speaker at the SEGD E + E conference in Washington, DC

Select Awards
Communication Arts
Communicator Awards
HOW International Design Award
SEGD Global Design Awards
UX Magazine Awards

Select Publications
Boston Globe
British Broadcast Company
Communication Arts
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Wired Magazine